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post #1 of 15
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Hey guys,

Trying to find consistent info on the quality of Boglioli mainline suits (the ones you find on yoox).

Are they fused, half canvassed or full canvassed?
post #2 of 15

add an option:

or totally unstructured?

post #3 of 15
Crap shoot. lots of different models and almost no way to tell without ordering.
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Crap shoot. lots of different models and almost no way to tell without ordering.

This

There are better options out there
post #5 of 15
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This

There are better options out there

Like what? Getting an Italian-made, soft-shouldered, good-looking suit for under $1,000 is hard. If you have other suggestions, I'm interested to hear them.
post #6 of 15
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I like the suits they make for Etro (half canvass, decent fabrics) and was hoping they would be equivalent to that brand.

Fun fact: Boglioli used to make Bergdorf's house suits.
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Like what? Getting an Italian-made, soft-shouldered, good-looking suit for under $1,000 is hard. If you have other suggestions, I'm interested to hear them.

I think Caruso would be a good option.
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LBM 1911

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I think Caruso would be a good option.

 

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LBM 1911

 

 

Both of these. 

post #10 of 15
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I think Caruso would be a good option.

For less than a thousand Dollars?
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For less than a thousand Dollars?

Certainly not unheard of ... B&S is your friend.
post #12 of 15
All right! I will definitely start off with trawling there when it´s time for my next suit.
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Certainly not unheard of ... B&S is your friend.

+1

There's a good chunk on B&S and ebay.
post #14 of 15
If you can still find any Belvest model 335 made for Wilkes Bashford until Wilkes dropped the Belvest
brand 2-3 years ago. Extremely high quality, very soft shoulder, by no means "skinny". I have a couple
and am still loooking for more.
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Like what? Getting an Italian-made, soft-shouldered, good-looking suit for under $1,000 is hard. If you have other suggestions, I'm interested to hear them.

I have a couple soft shoulder Zegnas up at the moment for well under that price. Boglioli is a bit fashion forward, and the construction is inconsistent across models. Why take a roll of the dice and get a fused suit when you know you're getting full canvas with Zegna etc?
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